Type A - EN221, EN310 Installation Instructions

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a. Actuator
b
b. U-bolt shaft adapter
d
c.
d. Shaft adapter locking
clip
a
g
SH
PU
e
EA0662R1
Position indicator
e. Position indicator
adapter
f
f.
c
Mounting bracket
g. Mounting screws
Figure 1. Parts of the EN221 and EN310 Actuators.
Product Description
Prerequisite
This installation instruction describes the steps for
direct-coupled mounting of the EN221 and EN310
series non-spring return (NSR) electronic actuators.
The actuator is shipped from the factory with a 5°
pre-load to ensure tight close-off of the damper. To
release the pre-load, press the PUSH button before
mounting the actuator.
Product Numbers
EN221x
Installation
EN310x
WARNING:
Do not open the actuator.
Installation Conventions
CAUTION:
Personal injury or loss of life may
occur if you do not follow the
procedures as specified.
NOTE:
Equipment damage or loss of
data may occur if you do not
follow procedure as specified.
Required Tools
•
10 mm (13/32-inch) open-end wrench
•
Drill
- 4 mm (5/32-inch) drill bit
•
Phillips screwdriver
•
Marker or pencil
•
Adjustable pliers
You must place the actuator on the
damper shaft so that the front of the
actuator is accessible. The label and the
manual override button are on the front
side.
1. Place the actuator on the damper shaft with the
front of the actuator accessible. The label and
the manual override button are on the front side.
2. For the EN221B2x and EN310B2x only:
Determine the rotation of the damper shaft. Set
the direction of rotation arrow to match the
rotation.
EA0320R2
WARNING:
Expected Installation Time
30 minutes
CLOCKWISE
COUNTER CLOCKWISE
Figure 2. Direction of Rotation Switch.
3. For all models: See Figure 3 and Figure 4 for
clockwise-to-open (CW) installation. See Figure
5 and Figure 6 for counterclockwise-to-open
(CCW) installation.
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CAUTION:
For Tandem Applications
•
•
No more than three actuators are to be used
in tandem applications.
The direction of rotation switches must be
set identically on both actuators according to
the clockwise or counterclockwise rotation of
the damper shaft. The factory setting is
clockwise.
NOTE:
EN310B2, containing offset and span
features, cannot be used in a tandem
application.
Minimum damper drive shaft length is four
inches (100 mm).
d
3
c
2
LONGER
SHAFTS
4
b
SH
PU
a
PU
SH
1
3
>77 mm
>3 in
SHAFT
ADAPTER
ALIGNMENT
MARK
d
b
>20mm
<7
>3/4 in 7 mm
<3 in
90
2
4
e
c
a
1
5
SH
PU
SHORTER
SHAFTS
EA0870R1
Note:
Place the shaft
adapter next to
the alignment
mark keeping
the mark visible.
90
SH
PU
Figure 3. Shaft Adapter Placement for Clockwise Rotation on Short and Long Shafts.
4
4
3
1
3
2
SH
SH
PU
EA0355R1
EA0295R1
PU
Figure 4. Mount the Actuator to the Damper Shaft. Go to Figure 7 to Complete the Mounting.
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d
3
4
b
2
LONGER
SHAFTS
6
c
SH
PU
PU
SH
5
PUSH
a
SH
PU
1
3
>77 mm
>3 in
SHAFT
ADAPTER
ALIGNMENT
MARK
d
b
>20mm
<7
>3/4 in 7 mm
<3 in
90
90
2
90
4
7
e
c
a
1
5
SH
PU
EA0869R1
NOTE:
Place the shaft
adapter next to the
alignment mark
keeping the mark
visible.
90
SHORTER
SHAFTS
SH
PU
PU
SH
6
PUSH
Figure 5. Shaft Adapter Placement for Counterclockwise Rotation on Short and Long Shafts.
1/2
1/2
5
4
3
4 mm
5/32 in.
2 PLACES
4
3
f
1
EA0357R2
2
g
6
SH
SH
PU
EA0362R1
EA0356R1
PU
Figure 6. Mount the Actuator to the Damper Shaft.
Figure 7. Attach the Mounting Bracket.
Place the actuator on the shaft with the damper blades in the desired 0 position.
Tighten the middle screw so that the shaft is in the center of the shaft adapter opening.
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Manual Override
To move the damper blades without power present,
do the following:
1. Hold down the PUSH button.
3. Return the actuator gear train to the "0" position
using the steps which follow for the clockwise or
counterclockwise damper shaft rotation.
Clockwise-to-open:
a. Insert the shaft adapter to the right as close as
possible to the raised stop. Figure 10.
2. Make adjustments to the damper position.
3. Release the PUSH button.
90
If there is no load, the actuator will hold the
new damper position. If load conditions
exist, the actuator might not be able to
hold.
Once power is restored, the actuator returns to
automated control.
3
90
PUSH
EA0674R1
NOTE:
Figure 10.
b. Hold down the PUSH button and rotate the shaft
adapter to the left until it stops. Figure 11.
3
90
90
SH
PU
EA0666R1
PUSH
2
PUSH
PUSH
EA0675R1
2
SH
PU
1
L > 3 in.
77mm
L < 3 in.
77mm
Figure 8. Manual Override for Long and Short Damper
Shafts.
Mechanical Range Adjustment
The angular rotation is adjustable between 0° and
90° at 5-degree intervals.
1. Loosen the shaft adapter from the damper shaft
and remove the actuator from the damper shaft.
2. Remove the clip and shaft adapter from the
actuator. See Figure 9.
1
EA0686R1
c.
Release the PUSH button.
d. If the shaft adapter is not resting against the left
raised stop, remove the adapter and insert it
against the left stop.
e. Place the position indicator to the "0" position on
the outside scale. Figure 12.
Counterclockwise-to-open:
a. Insert the shaft adapter to the left as close as
possible to the raised stop.
b. Hold down the PUSH button and rotate the shaft
adapter to the right until it stops.
2
SH
PU
Figure 9.
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Figure 11.
c.
Release the PUSH button.
d. If the shaft adapter is not resting against the
right raised stop, remove the adapter and insert
it against the right stop.
e. Place the position indicator to “0” on the inside
scale.
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ANGL
E
OF
RO
TA
T
N
IO
90
90
90
PUSH
EA0676R1
90
EA0677R1
PUSH
Figure 12.
4. Determine the angle of rotation for the damper
blade shaft. Subtract that amount from 90°.
Figure 13.
6. Attach the clip.
5. Remove the shaft adapter and insert it with the
position indicator pointing to mark on the scale
calculated in the previous step. Figure 13.
7. Rotate the damper blade shaft to its "0" position.
8. Return the actuator to the damper shaft and
tighten the shaft adapter to the damper shaft.
Mounting for NEMA 2 Rating
EA1152R1
NEMA 2
<9
0
90
< 90
Figure 14. Acceptable NEMA 2 Mounting Position
for Single and Tandem Applications.
Dual Auxiliary Switch (-S option)
Actuator rotary range with the shaft adapter mounted at
position 0.
-5°
0°
10°
20°
30°
70°
80°
90°
EA0413R2
Setting range for Switches A and B: 0 - 90°
Setting interval: 5°
0°
10°
20°
30°
A
70°
80°
B
90°
Switching hysteresis: 2°
Figure 15.
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Factory setting:
Switch A 5°
Switch B 85°
A
20
10
AUX 40
SWITCH 20
ADJ
30
To change the settings of A and B:
Make sure the actuator is in the 0 position. The
scale is valid only in the 0 position.
•
Use a flat-blade screwdriver to turn the switch
adjustment dials to the desired setting at which a
signal is to be given.
40
80
50 60 70
EA0304R1
B
•
70
90
Figure 16. Dual Auxiliary Switch Dials.
Zero Span Control Signal Adjustment (-ZS option)
The offset (start point) and
span of the control signal
can be adjusted. The offset,
U0, (start point) can be
adjusted between 0 to
5 VDC. The span, ∆U, can
be adjusted between 2 to
30 VDC.
YS (%)
100
1)
3)
2)
Control
Signals
2
Span, U
5 10
Ys
Yu
U0
∆U
30 25
0
2
5
UO
10
35
YU (v)
∆U (max. 30 V)
Offset, Uo
1
0
2
Mechanical positioning range
(100% = angle of rotation 90°)
Control signal
Offset (start point)
Span
Examples above:
Ex. 1. U0 = 0V, ∆U = 2V
Ex. 2. U0 = 5V, ∆U = 30V
Ex. 3. U0 = 0V, ∆U = 10V
20
3
5
4
Uo
The minimum working
range for Ys = 100%.
The maximum working
range for Ys = 100%
U
EA0287R1
EA0411R1
15
Factory setting
Figure 17. The Minimum, Factory Setting, and Maximum
Control Signal Adjustment.
Figure 18. Setting for
10V Span, 0 Offset.
Example:
Open the actuator from 0% to 50% (45°) using a control signal of Umin = 2V to Umax = 10V.
Calculating the value of ∆U:
100 [ %] (U max − U min)
100 x (10 − 2)
∆U =
=
= 16 V
Working angle of rotation in %
50
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YS (%)
Settings:
Offset U0 = 2, Span: ∆U = 16V
Umin = minimum control signal
Umax = maximum control signal
100
50
0
10
EA0412R1
2
Uo
18
YU (v)
∆U (16 V)
Umax
Umin
Figure 19. Example.
Wiring
WARNING:
•
All wiring must conform to NEC and local codes
and regulations.
•
Use earth ground isolating step-down Class 2
transformers. Do not use auto transformers.
•
Mixed switch operation is not permitted
to the switching outputs of both
auxiliary switches (A and B).
Either AC line voltage from the same
phase must be applied to all six outputs
of the dual auxiliary switches, or ULClass 2 voltage must be applied to all
six outputs.
The maximum rating for a Class 2 step-down
transformer is 100 VA. Determine the supply
transformer rating by summing the total VA of all
actuators and components used. It is
recommended that no more than 10 actuators
are powered by one transformer.
CAUTION:
Do not parallel wire EN221/EN310
actuators with any other type of
actuator, including EN221/EN310
actuators with date codes earlier than
501.
NOTE: With plenum cables, only ULClass 2 voltage is permitted.
Three-Position Control
If the damper blades turn counterclockwise (CCW)
to open, reverse the 6 and 7 wires at the controller
(see Table 1).
7 (ORANGE)
6 (VIOLET)
1 (RED)
NEUT
24
Vac
EA0683R1
EARTH GROUND
ISOLATING CLASS 2
TRANSFORMER FOR
24 Vac POWER
120 Vac
Figure 20. Three-Position Control.
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Three-Position Control (24 VAC)
Modulating Control (24 VAC)
8
S1
S1
B
S2 S3
S5 S6
EA0284R1
A
PL0009R1
A
B
S2 S3
S5 S6
M
1
2
1
Figure 22.
Figure 21.
Table 2. Modulating Control 24 VAC.
Table 1. Three-Position Control 24 VAC.
Standard
Symbol
Function
Standard
Symbol
Color
Plenum
Function
Color
Plenum
(+ )
Red
2
Com
Black
8
0 to 10 VDC input signal
Gray
9
Output for 0 to 10 VDC
position indication
Pink
S1
Switch A Common
Gray/red
Gray/pink
S2
Switch A NC
Gray/blue
Switch B Common
Black/red
S3
Switch A NO
Gray/pink
Switch B NC
Black/blue
S4
Switch B Common
Black/red
Black/pink
S5
Switch B NC
Black/blue
S6
Switch B NO
Black/pink
1
(+)
Red
1
6
Control signal clockwise
Violet
Control signal
counterclockwise
Orange
S1
Switch A Common
Gray/red
S2
Switch A NC
Gray/blue
S3
Switch A NO
S4
S5
S6
S4
S4
M
7
9
7
6
Switch B NO
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Start-Up/Commissioning
Three-Position Control, 24 VAC
1. Check that the wires are connected correctly.
2. Connect wires 1 (red) and 6 (violet) to a Digital Multimeter (DMM) with the dial set at VAC. Apply a control
signal (24 VAC) to wire 6 to verify that the operating voltage is within range.
3. Connect wires 1 (red) and 7 (orange) to a DMM with the dial set at VAC. Apply a control signal (24 VAC) to
wire 7 to verify that the operating voltage is within range.
4. Check operation:
a. Connect wire 1 (red) to the actuator.
b. Apply a control signal (24 VAC) to wire 6 (violet).
c. Allow the actuator shaft coupling to rotate from 0 to 90°.
d. Stop applying a control signal (24 VAC) to wire 7 (orange).
e. Apply a control signal (24 VAC) to wire 7 (orange).
f. Allow the actuator shaft coupling to rotate from 90 to 0°.
5. Check auxiliary switch A (-S option):
a. Set the DMM dial to OHMS (resistance) or continuity check.
b. Connect wires S1 and S3 to the DMM. The DMM should indicate an open circuit or no resistance.
c. Apply a 24 VAC signal to wire 6 (violet).
The DMM should indicate contact closure as the actuator shaft coupling reaches the setting of switch A.
d. Stop applying a control signal to wire 6 (violet).
e. Connect wires S1 and S2 to the DMM. The DMM should indicate an open circuit or no resistance.
f. Apply a 24 VAC signal to wire 7 (orange).
The DMM should indicate contact closure as the actuator shaft coupling reaches the setting of switch A.
6. Check auxiliary switch B (-S option):
a. Set the DMM dial to OHMS (resistance) or continuity check.
b. Connect wires S4 and S6 to the DMM. The DMM should indicate an open circuit or no resistance.
c. Apply a 24 VAC signal to wire 6 (violet).
The DMM should indicate contact closure as the actuator shaft coupling reaches the setting of switch B.
d. Stop applying a control signal to wire 6 (violet).
e. Connect wires S4 and S5 to the DMM. The DMM should indicate an open circuit or no resistance.
f. Apply a 24 VAC signal to wire 7 (orange).
The DMM should indicate contact closure as the actuator shaft coupling reaches the setting of switch B.
Service
WARNING:
Do not open the actuator. If the actuator is inoperative, replace the unit.
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Modulating Control, 24 VAC
1. Check that the wires are connected correctly.
2. Check that the offset (start point) and span are set correctly, if used.
3. Check that the direction of rotation switch matches the rotation of the damper shaft.
4. Connect wires 1 (red) and 2 (black) to a Digital Multimeter (DMM) with the dial set at VAC to verify that the
operating voltage is within range.
5. Check operation:
a. Connect wires 1 (red) and 2 (black) to the actuator.
b. Set the DMM dial to VDC for the actuator input signal.
c. Connect wires 2 (black) and 8 (gray) to DMM.
d. Apply a full scale input signal (10 VDC) to wire 8 (gray).
e. Allow the actuator shaft coupling to rotate from 0 to 90°.
f. Disconnect wire 8 (gray) and the shaft coupling returns to the 0 position.
6. Check feedback:
a. Set the DMM dial to VDC.
b. Attach wires 2 (black) and 9 (pink) to the DMM.
c. Apply a full scale input signal to wire 8 (gray).
The reading at the DMM should increase.
d. Remove the signal from wire 8 (gray) and the reading at the DMM should decrease and the actuator shaft
coupling returns to the 0 position.
7. Check auxiliary switch A (-S option):
a. Set the DMM dial to OHMS (resistance) or continuity check.
b. Connect wires S1 and S3 to the DMM. The DMM should indicate an open circuit or no resistance.
c. Apply a full scale input signal to wire 8 (gray).
The DMM should indicate contact closure as the actuator shaft coupling reaches the setting of switch A.
d. Connect wires S1 and S2 to the DMM. The DMM should indicate an open circuit or no resistance.
e. Stop the signal to wire 8 (gray).
f. The DMM should indicate contact closure as the actuator shaft coupling reaches the setting of switch A.
8. Check auxiliary switch B (-S option):
a. Set the DMM dial to OHMS (resistance) or continuity check.
b. Connect wires S4 and S6 to the DMM. The DMM should indicate an open circuit or no resistance.
c. Apply a full scale input signal to wire 8 (gray).
The DMM should indicate contact closure as the actuator shaft coupling reaches the setting of switch B.
d. Connect wires S4 and S5 to the DMM. The DMM should indicate an open circuit or no resistance.
e. Stop the signal to wire 8 (gray).
The DMM should indicate contact closure as the actuator shaft coupling reaches the setting of switch B.
Service
WARNING:
Do not open the actuator. If the actuator is inoperative, replace the unit.
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Dimensions
95˚
min. 4 in.
100 mm
2 1/4 in.
57 mm
1-1/8 in.
28 mm
11 in.
279 mm
3-3/8 in.
86 mm
min. 8 in.
min. 1/4 in.
7 mm
200 mm
7-3/4 in.
197 mm
EA0249R2
9 in
230 mm
1-11/32
1-11/32
34 mm
34 mm
25/32 in
20 mm
3-15/16 in.
min. 2-1/2 in.
60 mm
100 mm
OPENING
FOR 3/8"
FLEX CONDUIT
(3 PLS)
PL0132R1
11/32 in.
10 mm
1-23/32 in.
30 mm
1.1 in.
28.5 mm
Figure 23. Dimensions of the EN221 and EN310 Actuator and Mounting Bracket.
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3 1/8 in.
78 mm
1/2 in.
13.5 mm
9 in
230 mm
3 5/8 in.
92 mm
EA0249R2
EA0768R1
9 in.
230 mm
1 13/16 in.
46 mm
25/32 in
20 mm
985-006
ASK73.1U
Figure 24. Dimensions of the Mounting Brackets used in Tandem Applications in Inches (Millimeters).
9 5∞
min. 4 in.
100 mm
2 1/4 in.
57 mm
11 in.
279 mm
min. 8 in.
min.
1/4 in.
7mm
min. 1/4 in.
7 mm
200 mm
7-3/4 in.
197 mm
1-11/32
1-11/32
1-11/32
1-11/32
34 mm
34 mm
34 mm
34 mm
3-15/16 in.
min. 2-1/2 in.
60 mm
100 mm
OPENING
FOR 3/8"
FLEX CONDUIT
PL0131R1
11/32 in.
10 mm
1-23/32 in.
30 mm
1.1 in.
28.5 mm
Figure 25. Dimensions and Service Envelope of the Actuators in Tandem Application in Inches (Millimeters).
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Sizing Actuators for Damper Applications
The number of actuators required depends on several factors. To determine the quantity of actuators required for
the installation:
•
Obtain damper torque ratings (ft-lb/ft2 or Nm/m2) from the damper manufacturer.
•
Determine the area of the damper.
•
Calculate the total torque required to move the damper:
Total Torque = Torque Rating x Damper Area
•
Select the total quantity of actuators, required:
Number of Actuators =
Total Damper Torque required
x Actuator Torque
SF
(refer to
(see note
specifications)
below)
NOTE: When calculating the number of actuators required, a safety factor (SF) should be included for
unaccountable variables such as slight misalignments, aging of the damper, etc. A suggested
safety factor is 0.80 (or 80% of the rated torque).
•
Mechanical coupling of the actuator is allowed if:
− The same type of actuator is used.
− The power trunk can handle added components.
− The same control input goes to both actuators (parallel wiring).
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ACCESSORIES
NOTE:
The auxiliary switches and/or the control signal adjustment cannot be added in the field. Order the
product number that includes the option(s), if required.
ASK71.1U This kit allows foot mounting of the
actuators. This kit should be used for in-the-airstream
applications, and generally, anywhere a foot-mounted
actuator can be mounted.
EA0477R2
This kit contains a crank arm that changes the angular
rotation into a linear stroke, a support bearing ring to
minimize side loading on the actuator’s output bearing,
a mounting bracket, and required mounting fasteners.
(4 each)
Figure 1. Floor Mount Kit.
ASK71.2U This kit allows mounting of the actuators
directly to a damper frame. This kit should be used with
louvers and vents and in applications where use of the
floor mount kit is not possible.
EA0476R2
This kit contains a crank arm that changes the angular
rotation into a linear stroke, a support bearing ring to
minimize side loading on the actuator’s output bearing,
a mounting bracket, and required mounting fasteners.
Figure 2. Frame Mount Kit.
EA0495R1
ASK71.3 This kit allows a direct coupled actuator to
provide an auxiliary linear drive. This crank arm kit can
be used to simultaneously drive a set of opposing or
adjacent dampers with a single actuator.
Figure 3. Crank Arm Kit.
This kit includes a crank arm that attaches to the
splined hub of the shaft adapter, and other required
mounting fasteners.
EA0494R1
ASK71.4 This kit allows economical mounting of an
actuator to a variety of surfaces. This kit should be
used in applications where the actuator can be rigidly
surface mounted and a linear stroke output is required.
Figure 4. Crank Arm Kit with Mounting Bracket.
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This kit includes a crank arm that attaches to the
splined hub of the shaft adapter, a mounting bracket,
and other required mounting fasteners.
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EA0496R1
ASK73.1 This bracket provides an extended antirotation pin that allows two 3-position EN310 actuators
to directly drive a single damper shaft.
Figure 5. Tandem Mount Bracket.
EA0498R1
985-004 The self-centering shaft adapter will attach to
a shaft up to 1.00 inch (25.4 mm) in diameter. (The
special shaft adapter will attach to a 1.05-inch
(26.6-mm) diameter shaft.) This shaft adapter is
13/16-inch (20 mm) taller than the height of the special
shaft adapter.
Figure 6. Self Centering Shaft Adapter.
985-003
Position indicators (package of 10).
EA0500R1
EA0497R1
EA0499R1
Service Parts
ASK74.1U
Special-Shaft Adapter.
985-006
Anti-rotation (mounting) bracket.
Figure 7. Orderable Parts.
UL Doc. No. 129-272
Rev. 5, Jan., 2005
EAI/EN-15
Dodge Engineering & Controls, Inc.
Dodge Engineering & Controls, Inc.
Toll Free (877) 334-2875
EN221 and EN310 Non-Spring Return Electronic Actuator
Installation Guide
General Installation ..................................................................................................EAI/EN – 1
Mounting ...................................................................................................................EAI/EN – 1-3
Manual Override .......................................................................................................EAI/EN – 4
Mechanical Range Adjustment.................................................................................EAI/EN – 4-5
Mounting for NEMA 2 ...............................................................................................EAI/EN – 5
Dual Auxiliary Switch (-S option) ..............................................................................EAI/EN – 5-6
Zero Span Control Signal Adjustment (-ZS option) ..................................................EAI/EN – 6-7
Wiring........................................................................................................................EAI/EN – 7
General ..............................................................................................................EAI/EN – 7
Transformer........................................................................................................EAI/EN – 8
Three-Position (Floating) Control (24 VAC).......................................................EAI/EN – 8
Modulating Control (24 VAC) .............................................................................EAI/EN – 8
Start-up/Commissioning ...........................................................................................EAI/EN – 9
Three-Position (Floating) Control (24 VAC).......................................................EAI/EN – 9
Modulating Control (24 VAC) .............................................................................EAI/EN – 10
Actuator Dimensions ................................................................................................EAI/EN – 11-12
Actuator Sizing for Dampers.....................................................................................EAI/EN – 13
Accessories ..............................................................................................................EAI/EN – 14-15
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